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Export Finance and Insurance Corporation (EFIC) provides finance and insurance solutions to help Australian exporters overcome financial barriers when growing their business overseas. As the Australian Government’s export credit agency, they ...
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One of the primary business focuses at Alliance Equipment Finance is providing equipment finance directly to businesses and organisations throughout Australia. Alliance Equipment Finance values long term relationships and they take pride in ...
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Normist Pty Ltd, incorporating Darwin Bolt Supplies and Alice Bolt Supplies in the Northern Territory and NQ Fasteners Lifting and Warwick Industrial Supplies in Queensland. Their branch specialises in the supply of fasteners, lifting equipment, wire, ...
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RET deal closer after intervention from Tony Abbott
Editorial
18/05/15 - The Government and the Opposition are close to finally agreeing on the RET, following Prime Minister Tony Abbott’s intervention to dump two-yearly reviews.
The 2015-16 Federal Budget and manufacturing
Editorial
13/05/15 - The 2015-16 Federal Budget has delivered a tax break for small businesses, money to promote trade and encouragement of foreign investment.
​Peabody announces new head of global government affairs
Editorial
05/03/15 - Peabody has announced Michael J. Flannigan has been appointed as the new senior vice president of global government affairs.
Senate votes down change to R&D tax break
Editorial
04/03/15 - The Senate has voted down a Government budget proposal that would have reduced research and development tax breaks by 1.5 per cent.
NSW govt gives extra support for James Hardie asbestos victims
Editorial
27/02/15 - The NSW government will provide an extra $106m to ensure James Hardie asbestos victims receive up-front compensation payments.
Defence tenders waiting on Kevin Andrews
Editorial
19/01/15 - Defence tenders to the value of $30.4 billion are being delayed as the new Defence Minister Kevin Andrews familiarises himself with his portfolio.
RET cut could invite compensation claims
Editorial
29/10/14 - The government’s plan to cut the Renewable Energy Target could lead to compensation claims from the renewable energy sector, according to a law report.
More evidence submarines will be built overseas
Editorial
28/10/14 - ​Federal Defence Minister David Johnston has said there are time constraints involved in building the next generation of submarines
Grattan on Friday: The government wins on carbon – pity about the budget shambles
Editorial
18/07/14 - Michelle Grattan discusses the Government's victory on the carbon tax, how it happened, and what it may mean for Abbott's future.
ASC has fixed Collins submarine problems, says Minister
Editorial
04/07/14 - Shipbuilder ASC has fixed the problems associated with its Collins submarine maintenance program, according to Defence Minister David Johnston.
Voter support swings towards keeping carbon and resource taxes.
Editorial
20/05/14 - Voter backlash against the Liberal government policies has turned more voters around to support keeping the carbon and mining taxes.
Palmer threatens double dissolution over Direct Action
Editorial
23/04/14 - The conundrum of Clive Palmer continues, unwilling to support carbon and mining tax repeals unless links to the passage of ‘Direct Action’ are removed.

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